It’s now officially spring 2019 and you may be wondering what to do when you book accommodation here in Stanthorpe during the springtime. You’ll be pleased to know there is always something interesting to fulfil every desire from food and art to nature and music both indoors and out.
Take a look below at what’s coming up over the next couple of months on the Granite Belt.
It’s summertime and the livin’ sure is easy on the Granite Belt in Queensland’s high country. Now that the busy Christmas and New Year period is drawing to a close many are enjoying some well-earned downtime and relaxation whilst pondering their plans for 2019. The Granite Belt certainly delivers no matter what the season but this time of year is especially delightful.
Whilst January is perhaps best spent exploring on foot (working off the foodie indulgence of Christmas), and for those that love a good cocktail keep your exercise up because on 19 January Cocktails on the Green is the event for you.
The highlight for January is surely the 2019 Australia Day celebrations. If you choose to celebrate then there are options at Stanthorpe’s Weeroona Park and also in Warwick. Head over to the Southern Downs website for details.
February sees the return of the popular and much anticipated Stanthorpe Show at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds from 1-3 February.
Steam train buffs can enjoy a train ride to Wallangarra and return on 9 February. Explore the historic Wallangarra train station and have fun with one foot each in Queensland and New South Wales at the same time. Tickets are available at the Southern Downs Steam Railway website.
Dreaming of being a winemaker? Well, February 23 and 24 are the dates for you. Winemaker for a Weekend is on at Queensland College of Wine Tourism. There you will spend an amazing weekend with a complete, ‘hands-on’ winemaking experience, served with delicious meals and matched wines.
Cyclist’s rejoice! The charity event, That Dam Ride is on again for another year on 24 February, taking you throughout the scenic Granite Belt ending at Storm King Dam. The have catered for all levels of cyclists with a 125km main ride, a 70km challenge, 45km intermediate or 20km ride for beginners, kids or the whole family.